YouTube’s #MoreThanARefugee video highlights public opposition

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YouTube’s #MoreThanARefugee video highlights public opposition to immigration.

YouTube has just released a pro-refugee propaganda video, and it’s not proving too popular.

The video, entitled #MoreThanARefugee, was posted by the YouTube Spotlight channel on 20 June and is currently featured prominently on the site’s homepage. As you would expect, it is unabashedly pro-invasion propaganda. The video comprises interviews with several people purporting to be refugees, all of them from the Third World, in an obvious attempt to drum up support for the ongoing invasion of the West.

Those interviewed include “Maryam”, an Iraqi living in Serbia, whose “passion is rapping” and who dreams of becoming a lawyer, and “Catherine”, a footballer from Sudan. Of course, no mention is given to the fact that, in reality, almost all “refugees” coming into Europe are young males, many of whom go on to commit numerous rapes, sexual assaults, murders and terrorist offences against the native population.

However, it seems the vast majority of people aren’t being fooled. At the time of writing, the video has over 255,000 dislikes compared to 98,000 likes, a 72%–28% split, and it’s only been online a few hours. It currently has nearly seven million views.

Moreover, practically all of the top comments are from people opposing the video’s obvious bias, despite the fact that YouTube is actively deleting high-ranking dissenting comments.

Such a backlash again highlights the overwhelmingly negative reaction ordinary people have to so-called refugees, aka invaders, a fact that’s rendered all the more striking when you consider that YouTube reaches a global audience with millions of non-white users.

This oppositional sentiment is shared by the National Front, whose policy it is to immediately end the influx of “refugees” that have travelled across several safe countries in order to take advantage of Benefits Britain.

As is so often the case, we are glad to see the vast majority of the general public are with us.

You can watch and give your own vote on the video below.